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New Associate Farheena Siddiqui

The Law Office of Moore and Sripinyo is pleased to welcome a new associate, Farheena Siddiqui. Farheena is a graduate of University of California, Los Angeles. She received her J.D. from The George Washington University Law School, where her internships ranged in different substantive areas of law including healthcare and civil and criminal litigation. While at George Washington, Farheena participated in the Domestic Violence clinic and interned with Legal Aid, D.C. At the firm, Farheena’s practice is divided between criminal and civil litigation in courts across Northern Virginia. Contact theRead More …


Inauguration Day Protest Trial Acquittals

A Washington, D.C., jury acquitted the first six protestors who were tried in D.C. Superior Court related to the February 2017 Inauguration Day protests. Each of the defendants faced two criminal misdemeanor counts of engaging in a rioting, and conspiracy to riot, in addition to five criminal felony destruction of property counts. This was a closely-watched case due to the important criminal and constitutional-law implications related to the charges. And with nearly 200 defendants facing similar charges in trials scheduled throughout 2018, this case was the trial balloon for bothRead More …


Inauguration Protest Cases Begin

The Trump inauguration protest cases have been a year in the making but are finally reaching the trial phase in the D.C. Superior Court. Over 180 defendants face felony and misdemeanor criminal charges for their respective role in inauguration day protests and riots, which led to property damage and mass arrests. The current wave of defendants are in the midst of the first in many trials that are scheduled to occur over the next nine months. The trials present an interesting look at the intersection between criminal law, the firstRead More …